Kennedy announces over $40 million in storm recovery – Press releases

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WASHINGTON – Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.), a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced $40,698,890 in grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in aid of disaster relief Louisiana.

“This $40 million will help Louisiana communities recover from Hurricanes Laura, Ida, and Zeta and other storms that have damaged our state,” Kennedy said.

FEMA assistance will fund the following:

  • $15,650,998 to New Orleans Sewage and Water for system repairs in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
  • $1,363,908 to the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development for debris removal operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.
  • $2,488,047 to the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development for debris removal operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.
  • $11,291,912 to the Los Angeles Department of Transportation and Development for debris removal operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.
  • $1,350,197 to Cameron Parish for Hurricane Laura management fees.
  • $1,151,772 to the Terrebonne dyke and conservation district following Hurricane Zeta.
  • $1,142,730 to the Southwest Louisiana Hospital Association for emergency protective measures following the severe winter storm.
  • $1,290,531 to East Baton Rouge Parish for debris removal following severe winter storm.
  • $3,812,573 to Terrebonne Parish School Board for emergency protective measures following Hurricane Ida.
  • $1,156,222 to the Plaquemine Parish School Board for emergency protective measures in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
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